Very Large ComEd Power Outage Affecting Arlington Heights, Palatine And Rolling Meadows — Almost 2500 Without Power

Palatine firefighter/paramedics responded about 12:46 AM Sunday to a report of a transformer that exploded at Quentin Road and Palatine Road Palatine, IL. Police and firefighters received numerous activated alarms about 11:52 a.m. Sunday. At the same time people reported a transformer explosion near Quentin Road and Palatine Road.

Most of the customers that lost power are reported to be in Arlington Heights. ComEd reports only 5 customers are without power near Palatine Road and Quentin Road.

744 ComEd customer without power in Arlington Heights near Sigwalt Street and Ridge Avenue and Sigwalt Street and Mitchell Avenue.

Customers Affected: 209
Crew Status: Scheduling Crew
Probable Cause: Under Investigation
Estimated Restoration: Nov 30, 2:15 PM

Customers Affected: 535
Crew Status: Scheduling Crew
Probable Cause: Under Investigation
Estimated Restoration: Nov 30, 2:15 PM

306 ComEd customer without power in Arlington Heights near Eastman Street and Vail Avenue.

Customers Affected: 306
Crew Status: Scheduling Crew
Probable Cause: Under Investigation
Estimated Restoration: Nov 30, 2:15 PM

877 ComEd customer without power in Arlington Heights near Yale Avenue north of Campbell Street — including Arlington International Racecourse and Ditka’s (call ahead to see if they have power).
Customers Affected: 877
Crew Status: Scheduling Crew
Probable Cause: Under Investigation
Estimated Restoration: Nov 30, 2:00 PM

449 ComEd customer without power in Arlington Heights near Chicago Avenue and Illinois Avenue just north of Oakton Street.
Customers Affected: 449
Crew Status: Scheduling Crew
Probable Cause: Under Investigation
Estimated Restoration: Nov 30, 2:15 PM

ComEd reports they expect power to be restored about 2:15 p.m.

LIVE TRAFFIC MAP of neighborhood of an electric power transformer explosion at Palatine Road and Quentin Road …

See also …
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